Symptoms, conditions and causes

What are the causes for Lyme disease?

Lyme disease is caused by a type of bacteria called a spirochete that is harmful for your body. It can dig holes in your tissues and cause inflammation in your organs as well as in your body parts in general. It’s transmitted by ticks.

(Note: If you suspect you have lyme disease, be aware that if you do a blood test it may not detect the disease. This is because, after an infected tick bite it may take several weeks for antibodies to develop enough for the blood test to detect. That’s why it’s important to consider all of the symptoms as well as the test.)

Main symptoms:

  • Fatigue

  • Headache

  • Joint pain

  • Chills

  • Fever

  • Flu-like symptoms

  • Swollen glands

  • Aching

  • Bullseye rash (50% of the time)

Additional potential symptoms:

  • Twitches

  • Tingling

  • Tremors

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Sleep problems

  • Migrating pain

Cause #1: Bacterial infection spirochete

When you are bitten by a tick you may become infected with a specific bacteria type called a spirochete. These bacteria can dig holes in your body tissues and can trigger your immune system to fight your body’s healthy cells (autoimmune condition). If you suspect that you have Lyme disease, start treating it right away.

Some people who receive a Lyme diagnosis may have gone years without experiencing any of the signs of Lyme disease. The effects of the tick bite can be latent, which means the infection can remain dormant for years in the body until something happens and it manifests.


Take antibiotics as directed by your doctor Take natural antibiotics:

  • more garlic

  • onion

  • olive leaf extract

  • chlorella

  • colloidal silver

  • thyme

  • oregano oi

  • Take vitamin D

Last updated: May 14, 2024 13:58 PM